IT SAINT OVER FOR US
Sunday People|April 18, 2021
Sissoko: We’ll fight for everything, starting with the Southampton game on Wednesday
Tom Hopkinson
MOUSSA SISSOKO says he and his Tottenham pals must fight for everything they want to achieve this season.

The 2-2 draw at top-six rivals Everton on Friday made it three Premier League games without a win for Jose Mourinho (below) and his side.

It followed their draw against struggling Newcastle and last week’s defeat by Manchester United.

Sissoko knows results like those will not be good enough for Tottenham to qualify for the Champions League or Europa League, and that they must start to put that right against Southampton on Wednesday.

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